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todayJuly 22, 2019

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SharePoint Satellite Assembly Tip

This is more a short, off the cuff tip than an expansive post about satellite get’s with TFS. When developing local SharePoint projects, it is significant to remember when leaning on the automated package features in VS.NET that satellite assemblies may not be natively bundled into a solution by merely ...

todayJune 23, 2019

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Best Practice For Deploying Shared SharePoint Libraries

I am a huge fan of developing and employing shared libraries across the enterprise regardless of objective, be it third party WebPart interface components or exclusively containing common method implementation. I really enjoy the fact that code base refinement and adjustment can happen so effortlessly with minimal friction when a ...

todayJune 14, 2019

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Where I Have Been

Well, I am used to, at the very least, posting at least one blog post or one article a week on the main site, on average it is a couple blog posts and one article. However, after the attacks on the site, which I am still recovering from (why the ...

todayMay 23, 2019

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WoW Is A Virtual Operant Conditioning Chamber

It totally is! We were conversing about using Operant Conditioning Chambers (also called Pavlovian conditioning by a select few) in class today in order to procure more “conventional” behavior response patterns when developing computational stimulation types for artificial intelligence parameters. As I was listening to the lecture and playing around ...

todayMay 12, 2019

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Presenting At BISIG On The 12th

I will be presenting at the North Central District Business Intelligence SIG on March 12th, which is actually today so I am a little late in announcing it on the site. I will be presenting a SharePoint security session, so if you are around we will be at the Microsoft ...

todayApril 26, 2019

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Yea! More Space! No More Errors!

Ugh! Finally I got my new hosting space so that I don’t get anymore MySQL errors and have to do constant table repair commands, which would often fail with a datawrite operations because of the temporary allocation required to run them. Yea! 🙂 So I went from this tragedy To ...